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Keeping your cool with trees and vines - Shared screen with speaker view
lyndagiles-holmes
36:32
Can you write books in chat please
My Smart Garden
37:31
https://www.booktopia.com.au/the-weed-forager-s-handbook-adam-grubb/book/9781864471212.html?source=pla&gclid=Cj0KCQjwnqH7BRDdARIsACTSAdtC8IZ4CQHmxw5AhvACn1UbywX3OjcrLHyzP6B6wmEGTwh7U-bkM7kaAkg8EALw_wcB
My Smart Garden
38:20
Art of frugal hedonism https://www.frugalhedonism.com/
Michelle Atkins
39:58
It all sounds amazing
Sam
43:29
I heard the phrase 'landscape literacy'the other day. Is that the same thing?
frank auditore
44:54
is there anyone having trouble with the audio
Michael
45:10
No
Tania
45:13
not over here - my audios fine
Sharon
45:15
no
Helen Soley
45:26
My audio is fine.
Joyce Cheng
45:30
Audio is good
Gabbie C
45:36
Audio is good
Michelle Atkins
45:37
audio is good
trevor
45:45
No audio issues - cheers
Jon Buttery
45:46
Audio is good
margaret
45:46
All good here
My Smart Garden
46:06
can you check your audio settngs?
Alison D
46:22
audio fine here. Om mute
Nancy MARSHALL
46:37
Audio is fine
Catherine
49:08
shade
Aaron Goldsworthy
49:13
reduce by shade
Brigid Linden
49:21
Shade. wind break, humidity
Michelle Atkins
49:22
block wind
Catherine
49:23
hydrology
Aaron Goldsworthy
49:27
emit moisture through stroma?
Cullen
50:39
Deciduous trees let in sun when we need it in winter
Aaron Goldsworthy
52:55
28-29 degrees?
Catherine
53:01
winter 45 degres ?
Brigid Linden
53:05
Below
Jennifer
53:07
below 45c
Sam
53:08
below
Jennifer
53:36
north east
Alison D
53:37
NEE
Brigid Linden
53:39
NE
Sam
53:40
North east
Jon Buttery
53:45
ne
Helen Soley
54:01
Sadly I have to leave the meeting, unexpected work commitment but would love to receive the recording to listen to later. This is really interesting.
My Smart Garden
54:42
we're recording this session so the link to the recording will be sent to everyone that registered!
Jon Buttery
54:52
hihger
Alison D
54:52
much higher
Michelle Atkins
54:52
higher
Jennifer
54:53
not much higher than 45
Brigid Linden
54:53
Higher
Michelle Atkins
55:03
east
Jon Buttery
55:05
se
Alison D
55:08
SE
Jennifer
55:11
SE
Aaron Goldsworthy
56:35
football!
Jennifer
56:35
Mooncake Festival!
Catherine
01:07:55
coverage
Sam
01:08:00
Cool in summer
Jon Buttery
01:08:01
Summer shade winter sun
Aaron Goldsworthy
01:08:03
Vines can take some time to establish. Have you used fixed louvres at the correct angle for winter sun as a substitute or as a mechanism to create the shading effect while you wait for vine growth?
Darren
01:08:03
Let's sun in the winter, shades in summer
Sharon
01:09:07
I am planning to grow pumpkin vines over 3 front north facing windows over summer and once they are finished in winter the windows will be clear
Sam
01:09:30
Grape
Catherine
01:09:31
grapes
Jon Buttery
01:09:35
kiwi
Catherine
01:09:36
passion fruit
trevor
01:09:39
Hops
Sam
01:09:41
Choko
TaniaD
01:10:15
Virginia creeper
Catherine
01:11:07
is there any native australian edible vine which are decidious?
Greg Lanigan
01:12:31
how much support does a grapevine need
lynda
01:12:33
Do I need a pergola to grow a grape on? I was going to guide it up an exsisting pergola pole then train in on wire to cover kitchen window...
Sam
01:14:32
Is it an earthship?
Greg Lanigan
01:15:40
how large does a pot need to be to grow a grapevine in it ?
Stef M
01:16:09
which is the best type of vibe to grow in a shady spot (but to grow over a Pergola where the sun is)
Aaron Goldsworthy
01:17:00
Is there a difference between red leafed and green leafed grape vines for shade?
Catherine
01:17:44
plum
Jennifer
01:17:44
nectarine
Aaron Goldsworthy
01:17:48
walnut
Alison D
01:17:48
almond
Catherine
01:17:50
pear
Joyce Cheng
01:17:51
persimmon
Sharon
01:17:51
apple
Jon Buttery
01:17:54
apricot
Alison D
01:17:58
peach
Sharon
01:17:59
mulberry
Aaron Goldsworthy
01:18:08
oaks; acorn flower
TaniaD
01:18:50
Feijoas
TaniaD
01:19:12
Oops
Sharon
01:19:36
citrus
Aaron Goldsworthy
01:19:40
grevilla robusta
Alison D
01:19:46
avocado
Aaron Goldsworthy
01:19:47
oh not ebible
Abdul
01:20:04
palm trees
Sharon
01:20:05
lilly pilly
TaniaD
01:20:20
Lemon mrytle
Aaron Goldsworthy
01:20:21
lillpilly, edible; riberry jam
Jennifer
01:20:39
is ficus evergreen or deciduous?
DELL
01:21:15
diosma, camelia
Alison D
01:21:16
Did we say figs for deciduous trees
Sharon
01:21:24
no
Nancy MARSHALL
01:21:35
no
Sam
01:21:37
No.
Alison D
01:22:19
no
Nancy MARSHALL
01:23:04
deciduous
Joyce Cheng
01:23:24
pear espalier tree?
Catherine
01:26:08
very shady
lynda
01:27:50
I might have missed the answer, pot size for grape?
Joyce Cheng
01:28:10
i suggest it
Greg Lanigan
01:28:33
we grow tree dahlia that shade our vegie patch and lawn in summer
DELL
01:29:30
what deciduos plants are late enough in spring and early to lose leaves to suit melbourne climate
Aaron Goldsworthy
01:30:15
hard surfaces to break wind. Can you also create unwanted wind tunnels?
Aaron Goldsworthy
01:33:35
in Melb it often feels like the hot northern winds are more problematic; can this solution be used in the same way
Alison D
01:37:08
ponds bring in the birds too
Aaron Goldsworthy
01:37:52
In Melb it often feels like the hot northerly winds are more problematic. Can you use wind breaks to assist this problem?
Ipad_mini
01:38:23
how many sun hours is best for ponds
Sam
01:39:30
Well it's all so site specific. That's the point. :)
Catherine
01:41:04
how about mosquitoes? Would frogs be enough to eat regulate the population ?
Alison D
01:41:20
native fish
Sam
01:42:13
Does it need any supports, such as wire?
TaniaD
01:42:56
Lucky the didn’t use creeping fig ficus pulima!
Aaron Goldsworthy
01:43:11
summer
Catherine
01:43:11
summer
Jon Buttery
01:43:14
late summer afternoon
Aaron Goldsworthy
01:43:52
should they have done for a bigger/wider tree?
Adam Grubb
01:44:17
Wouldn’t have hurt!
Jon Buttery
01:44:30
Where do you use kiwi best?
philmanderson
01:45:45
Gotta Go ! LUV your Info - Thanks great to hear you!
heathermcliston
01:45:49
What is the best time of year to establish vines on the west facing side? Autumn or winter before conditions get too severe in summer?
trevor
01:46:22
Thanks Adam - great talk Cheers
TaniaD
01:49:01
Great spot for banana..
Alison D
01:49:08
funny
Sharon
01:49:26
what wall was the banana on please
Gabriela Luque
01:49:28
Are we going to have access to this video later on? just to double check on some things
Sam
01:50:12
South maybe?
Aaron Goldsworthy
01:50:44
thank you
Stef M
01:50:56
thank you!
Alison D
01:51:09
thank you so much. very interesting.
Nancy MARSHALL
01:51:10
thankyou
Sam
01:51:50
You need movement in the water
Sam
01:52:01
They like stangnant water
Abdul
01:53:05
thanks for this session
Sharon
01:54:21
could I put it on a dark brick west wall?
Cullen
01:55:00
Will you email us the great presentation slides?
David Ure
01:55:06
Thanks Adam. Great talk. Cheers
Sharon
01:55:41
damn, cant do north
Sharon
01:56:08
this was a fantastic session
Sharon
01:56:39
no that was the banan
Sharon
01:57:02
Keilor downs
Sam
01:57:25
You would definitely direct aftenoon heat into something that appreciates it!
Sharon
01:57:38
this is the side of my garage
Sam
01:57:54
But they need humidity/a lot of water
Sharon
01:58:01
thanks
Sharon
01:58:35
its my chook area
Sam
01:58:52
That's why they do well in greenhouses on the front northface.
Jon Buttery
01:59:21
I think you were going to explain David Holmgren's greenhouse on the house?
Sam
01:59:21
Earthships support bananas in the greenhouse. :)
DELL
02:00:35
early to drop leaves, and late to sprout leaves to suit melbourne climate. is there any lists and timings
Sam
02:00:40
Genius!
Sharon
02:01:01
you have just made my day. I pulled out my banana earlier today so I can reorganise it
Gabbie C
02:01:08
I have to leave. This has been fantastic, thank you!
Sharon
02:02:56
Thank you!
Jon Buttery
02:05:17
Thank you!
Brigid Linden
02:05:38
We have this same design at our house!
Greg Lanigan
02:05:47
thanks
TaniaD
02:05:55
Thank you that was excellent.
Catherine
02:06:11
Thank you so much Very interesting.
61400
02:06:14
Thanks a lot diane
Sam
02:06:28
Thank you. The Genius comment was about the compost pile in U shape banana
Liz
02:06:28
Thanks very much, such great information!
Gabriela Luque
02:06:30
Thank you, nice talk !!
Tania
02:06:36
thank you!